I.M.A. Celebrates Annual Black History Month Service

By Interfaith Gazette Staff

February is recognized as Black History Month and celebrated around the country by many, who identifies the significant contributions that African Americans have made in society.

On Sunday evening at Warren A. M. E. Church, The I. M. A. Of Toledo conducted a service paying homage to national historical figures, as well as local contributors who have shared their talents, gifts, and time enhancing the lives of others in the community.

Dr. Cedric Brock, President of The I. M. A. stated that this time is set aside annually to highlight the many blessings that African Americans have been to the world. He states that this service is a fellowship service where the Pastors, clergy, and churches come together for great unity, praise, and worship.

The Guest Speaker for the service was Pastor Jerry Boose of the Second Baptist Church In Monclova, Oh. The evening was an evening well spent as was shared by the attendees. May God bless the I. M. A. as they move ahead in the things of God.

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